Kea, Southern Aegean, Greece

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Cycladic Era

$4,929,577USDAMERICAN DOLLAR
4.200.000 €EUREuro
 
14
Beds
16
Full Baths
2
Partial Baths
7,319
Sq Ft.
2.471
Acres
$674
PRICE / SQ. FT.

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About Kea Cycladic Era, Kea, Southern Aegean

Built over a 10.000 sqm hillside and overlooking Cape Sounion makes this one of a kind country estate in the island of Kea (Tzia). Situated perfectly only two kilometers from Loulida (island's town) and on the main road leading to Koundouros.
Cycladic Era consists of seven two-story houses built using local stone surrounded by lush gardens. Each two-story house has its own distinctive interior and art work. This seven detached builts are a blend of marble, stone, granite and wood, and the gardens are decorated with statues, stone pots and other artifacts.
Stone walkways lead to a large infinity pool where you can enjoy a glass of fine wine while watching the inviting sunsets of the Aegean Sea.
This estate has been meticulously designed in keeping with its Cycladic architecture and European style with interior furniture by Laura Ashley and stunning original artwork by Stella Zervos, Sinclair Beiles, Fasianos all included in the sale, while offering Miele electric appliances to satisfy the most savvy individual.
Spend hours on the expansive marble deck surrounding the home and enjoy every part of the day with views of the water and gardens or watch the stars and drift away. If you're more adventurous pick one of the many hike pathways or simply stroll down to town and enjoy the variety of shops and island culture. This amazing estate is perfect for a family who wishes to be close to Athens but far enough to enjoy the beauty the Aegean Sea has to offer.

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Voukourestiou 11 st - Panepistimiou st
Athens, Attiki, 10671 Greece
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Property ID:EK88WS

MLS ID:Cycladic Era

Amenities

  • Washer Included
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Scenic View
  • Water View
  • Bay View
  • Agricultural Easements

About this area

Kea lies on the northwestern rim of the Cyclades, the nearest island to the Attica mainland, and quite close to Athens, making it a popular destination even for short breaks (about 1 hour by ferry from Lavrio) and is also 20 km (12 mi) from Cape Sounio as well as 60 km (37 mi) SE of Athens. 

Cosmopolitan, friendly, accessible. Those that know the island – whether as Tzia or its alternatives Kea, Gia or Zea – start their weekend sojourns at Easter, enjoying fresh fish at the tavernas in the marinas. Discover beaches, old churches, Hellenistic towers, watermills and windmills. Trek its trails all the way to Ancient Greece. Ioulis, Korissia, Poiessa, Karthaia. Four ancient cities on just one island where, according to mythology, the nymphs first lived. Vourkari, Gialiskari, Korissia, Koundouros, Orkos, Pisses, Spathi: shaded by trees and eucalyptus, the beaches are sandy and the water is calm. They are especially popular with boat owners. 

Kea attracts the savvy individual who thinks creatively and breathes deeply and becomes high on mountain air and a salt breeze from the sea. Imagine walking for five miles to stand on the steps of an ancient temple where a lost city once honored their gods. Because even though Kea has beaches as beautiful as any of the other Cyclades islands, where it really shines is inland with ancient terraced fields everywhere and fertile valleys and ravines that wind through the mountains. The island has a network of ancient footpaths and roads and anyone who loves walking will appreciate the beauty of Kea, especially in the spring when the winter rains have turned the hills green and the wildflowers are everywhere. Though it appears barren when you first approach it, Kea is rich in olive trees, fruit trees, almond trees and the oak trees.

There are 130 churches in Kea of all different shapes and sizes including the three cathedrals. There are also numerous shrines and several Byzantine monasteries.

The restaurants on Kea are among the best in Greece and the summer features a number of cultural events, and an outdoor movie theater with new first-run movies (usually in English) that change every 2 days. The island is also famous for scuba diving, with excellent visibility, rich marine life, and wall, cavern and wreck diving. 

If all of the above fail to seduce you, there is still the sunset.

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